Control of the South African tortrix moth, Epichorista ionephala, by fumigation in a vacuum container

Thygesen, T.; Bjerggaard, A.

Tidsskr. Planteavl. 70: 224-31

1966


Accession: 014400380

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Abstract
Larvae on imported carnation cuttings were controlled by fumigation with methyl bromide for 1-2 hours at about 5 g. per cu. m. Some varieties were found to be damaged by this treatment, and among other materials tested for fumigation parathion and lindane, both at 4-5 g. per cu. m. for 3 hours, proved effective without being phytotoxic.